Occupational medicine is concerned with
work, health and safety
. This includes providing health advice to organisations and individuals regarding health and safety at work. It may include identifying
hazards and ways to minimise or remove them, tailoring work to suit individuals’ health, investigating occupational causes of illness or injury, assisting people to return to work after illness or injury, and providing advice on ability to work and rehabilitation. Occupational medicine specialists offer an independent and objective assessment of an individual, taking into account all available information.
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Auckland Concussion Service has been established to provide early access and timely assessment for people who have sustained a mild (concussion) . . . .
Headaches and dizziness, Tiring more easily, Difficulty sleeping, Forgetfulness and memory problems, Difficulty concentrating and being easily distracted . . . .
Regional Concussion Services has been established to provide early access and timely assessment for people who have sustained a mild (concussion) or moderate traumatic injury. . . .
Active+ offers comprehensive rehabilitation services that include an interdisciplinary team of health professionals such as medical specialists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, vocational consultants, psychologists, counsellors, social workers, speech language therapists, and nutritionists.